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Feb 10, 2013 1:35pm EST
movement. part of what they history tells us is by communities have been effective in organizing and mobilizing very sorts of issues, particularly in the late 20th century. so i wondered, where did all that energy, those institutions and networks go by the time i got to the 1980s? that's right began. like many historical or sociological projects come you find yourself going back and i ended up at the black panther party and sickle cell anemia and the other chapters from there. >> host: was the legacy of free clinics? and they still exist? >> guest: they don't exist as panther clinics, but to legacy is worth noting. some researchers at the university of washington in special collections because they were successful chapter for many gears. part of my research was also interviews. but i also like drama neighborhoods to get a sense of where the clinic was located vis-À-vis headquarters. just to get a sense of what it felt like. i discovered the family medical center, which is now an ngo. it's a nonprofit medical center in seattle that's named for a former member of the black panther
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